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    • Antiinflammatory and antipyretic metabolites of Acaena splendens 

      Backhouse, N.; Delporte, C.; Negrete, R.; Suárez, S.; Cassels Niven, Bruce; Breitmaier, E.; Schneider, C. (Swets en Zeitlinger B.V., 1997)
      Acaena splendens H. et A., Rosaceae, has been used in Chilean traditional medicine for the treatment of fever and inflammation. The antipyretic and antiinflammatory properties of the infusion, methanol, petroleum ether and ...
    • STEROIDS, A LlGNAN AND A FLAVONOID FROM CENTAUREA MELITENSIS L. 

      Negrete Córdova, Rosa; Backhouse Erazo, Nadine; Prieto, P.; Mejías, H.; Camargo Grandón, Rodrigo; Cassels Niven, Bruce; Breitmaier, E.; Hartmann, R. (AGRIS, 1989)
      P.Sitoslerol 3-0·P.O-glucoside. P.sitoslerol, stigmasterol, the ligman arcllln, and lit.: (lmelhoxylaled fiavone hispiculin wcre isolatcd from a chloroform c:~lra•.t "r (h •. aerial pans (Ir (','/IIcm't'a m.'lilt!n.fi~l.. ...
    • Tropane alkaloids from Schizanthus litoralis 

      Muñoz, O.; Piovano, M.; Garbarino, J.; Hellwing, V.; Breitmaier, E. (Elsevier Ltd, 1996)
      Six new tropane alkaloids have been isolated from the leaves of the endemic Chilian plant Schizanthus litoralis (Solanaceae). The new structures include a new tropanol dimer of itaconic acid together with 6β- senecioylox ...